So I have several episodes of a tv show and I'm trying to create high quality .m4v (h.264) files for iTunes. Before you jump in to type "Handbrake" I have tried using Handbrake before for this endeavor and was left unsatisfied with the result. A couple of things.. The show is in 4:3 format I own other episodes of this show on sale from iTunes and they look "good" Need to figure a fairly non-intrusive way to deinterlace the video I realize that when iTunes loads a TV show or Movie for sale they have compressed said file from a multi-gigabit source using Compressor 4, or something like it. And that's what I'm looking for. Something that will enable me to do a fairly professional job so I'll be happy with the end result. Baring in mind I own the original media (DVD) and have the shows in question also on my C:// in DVDMedia format (uncompressed DVD file). If the ultimate solution is for me to use Handbrake then some tips on how to fine tune it for a non-anamorphic image, as referenced above, would be very welcome. Suggestions?